Knowing You Can Leave

by Lesli Mones

Back in the day, when I was a relationship therapist, I used to say to my clients, “If you don’t … Read More

The Truth About Attrition

by Julie Diamond

  We love this scene from the movie Coach Carter, in which Coach Carter (played by Samuel L. Jackson) delivers … Read More

Doing What Your Role Demands

by Lesli Mones

Coco Chanel once said, “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” While the kind of advice to women has changed … Read More

Executive Presence: Time to Rethink the Archetype of Invincibility

by Julie Diamond

At the 2016 Rio De Janeiro Olympics last month, Chinese swimmer Fu Yuanhui won a bronze medal in the women’s … Read More

Being held by an open mind

by Julie Diamond

At last month’s kick-off session for our Power2 Leaderlab, since it was the first in the series, we tackled confidentiality, … Read More

If New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work, What Does?

by Lesli Mones

It’s that time of year. Redemption time.  An annual tradition when we collectively make commitments to eat less, move more, … Read More

A Year in Review

by Julie Diamond

Two weeks ago, we said goodbye to our fabulous and fearless cohort of 11 women leaders. The first Power2 Leaderlab … Read More

Why Doesn’t My Boss Get Her Act Together?

by Lesli Mones

One of the toughest challenges you can face at work is tension with your manager. Part of the problem is … Read More

Developing Your Executive Presence

by Julie Diamond

We see a tall person and we swoon So said Malcolm Gladwell in his book, Blink. He was referring to … Read More

Othering: A Leader’s Kryptonite

by Lesli Mones

  We’re executive coaches. Our clients are seasoned leaders and experts in their fields; many at the pinnacle of their … Read More